Faction CSAT
Seats None
Item capacity Max: 250 kg
  • 3× Weapons
  • 20× Magazines
Top speed ~ 350 km/h
Service ceiling ~ 8,900 m
Fuel capacity 1000 L
Primary armament Main:
  • 4× Jian ATGM
Secondary armament Targeting:
  • 1× Laser Designator


  • 120× Countermeasures (Flares/Chaff)
Variants None
The KH-3A Fenghuang is a fixed-wing Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicle used by Pacific CSAT forces. It was added with the release of the Apex DLC.

Overview Edit

  • Roles:
    • Observation
    • Laser targeting
    • Air-to-ground fire support
« The KH-3A Fenghuang is an unmanned aerial drone based on Chinese design. The UAV adopts the unusual canard layout and is propelled by a pusher engine. This multipurpose drone is equipped with modern tracking and tracing systems, countermeasures and also carries four air-to-ground laser guided missiles.
Field Manual

Design Edit

The KH-3A's airframe combines a traditional swept-wing design with that of forward mounted canards. This layout makes it a STOL aircraft by design, meaning it works well taking off from and landing on short, bumpy landing strips, or even open fields.

In addition, because of the small size of its airframe the KH-3A is also semi-stealthed by virtue of its design against aircraft radars. Provided that the operator maintains a low enough flying height to blend it into the ground clutter, the KH-3A can observe targets for extended periods of time without being detected by enemy fighters.

It has an integrated laser designator that can be used to mark targets for its own weapons or for friendly aircraft. Its standard armament consists of four air-to-ground Jian anti-tank missiles mounted on pylons beneath each wing, but otherwise does not support dynamic loadouts.

Sensors Edit

The KH-3A has an array of sensors designed to allow it operate in ground attack missions:

Active Radar Edit

The KH-3A does not have an active radar as it does not utilise any radar guided munitions.

Infrared Search and Track/Visual Sensor Edit

IRST detection extends out to 4 km against aerial targets and 3 km against ground targets. On the other hand, visual detection has a maximum range of 3 km for aerial targets and 2.5 km for ground targets.

Both sensors have a minimum operating range of 500 m and an azimuth/elevation coverage of 51 and 37 degrees respectively. Both sensors are able to recognise the identity of their targets once they get within 2 km range.

Radar Warning Receiver/Passive Radar Edit

The RWR has a 360 degree detection radius and a target recognition range of 12 km.

Laser Spot Tracker Edit

Laser markers and infrared strobes can be tracked within a range of 6 km. It has an acquisition cone of 180 degrees.


  • The Fenghuang is based on the real-world "Rainbow" UCAV developed by the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC); more specifically the CH-3A variant.
  • Fenghuang translates to "Phoenix" in Mandarin.


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See alsoEdit

Drones of comparable role and configuration Edit